An article hotchalk did that talks about some of the habitgs I have in my classroom. One of the biggest is taking and making time to learn. “Davis used her daily break time – 15 minutes – two to three times a week to do this. First she’d discover what she wanted to learn about and make a list – from wiki to QR codes and beyond. Then she’d spend her next breaks working her way through the list. “Break it down,” she said. “If you want to eat a watermelon, you don’t eat it whole. You eat it a bite at a time.””
This tribute to Steve Jobs is gaining traction in the anniversary of his death on Friday. It is another take that you might want to share with your students if you’re talking about this Friday. 7 minutes and 30 seconds.
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